Originally Posted by LouieThePalomino View Post
Yeah, true. But the BO finds it my fault, because I hesitated when bringing the bag towards the mare, which taught her that its ok to flip out. I honestly have no clue what tge BO was doing when she tried to physically pull that 1200 lb animal back towards the rail and almost got her hand pinched off. And SHE was the one who loostened the halter so that she pulled on the bridle instead. But what gets me is that she gave me a look and then looked at N and said sorry for your bridle and looked at me again, trying to make me feel guilty. And after that she tried to say that I tied the halter wrong and over the loop so it got stuck, but I didnt and thank God N backed me up on that.
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this BO doesn't sound competent at her job, yanking on a horse like that? trying to blame her volunteer/employee? IRRESPONSIBLE.
Equestrianism; 10% luck, 20% skill, 15% concentrated power of will, 5% pleasure, 50% pain and 100% reason to remember you're absolutely insane to be riding a beast that big.